The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 20, 1954 · Page 3
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THE WEDNESDAX.^JAN|JARY^.^954r Wafer Sporfs ShowTo AijDimes March Channelview Women Also To Serve Spaghetti Dinner .. Weather permitting, water sports. fans will see a free show Sunday at Riverside Park on San Jac^nto river where .Channelview. women are giving.a spaghetti dinner to raise money for the March of Dimes'campaign. Everything will be free except the spaghetti -dinner, which will cost 50 cents, Mrs. Edward Shields, .chairman of the March of Dimes In the Channelview area, announced. The dinner will be.served from 12 noon .until all the food is gr^». The free water sport show will begin "at !• p.m: . - ..,• Mrs- Shields emphasized that no charge will be made .for the show. The boat landing .is. free, and. free boatrides will be given. There will be favors for the/children, and musical entertainment for the whole ' family. " • . ' The water sport show has been arranged by Edward. Shields, Bill Watson, Augus Jones and Mrs. Anna Stevens and will . feature . members of the Houston Ski club. Ray Elkins, Willie Dryer, C. L. Lacy,- Bert Thompson and Larry Little, .all water sport stars at>d members of the Houston club, are included in the show. The spaghetti dinner will be served",' regardless' <jt the weather, Mrs. Shields said. A mobile zoo from Florida also will.be present. ' Air Force To Quit Kids Love Singing Teacher Primary Training Nightclub Work Helps In Classroom WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 — (IP!— The Air Force will be entirely out of the business of giving pilots primary training by HONOLULU, Jan. 20'.Iff!—Rosalie sp ired two couples visiting from | Stephehson, a grade school teach- 'California to be re-married with er and one of Hawaii's top night- ancient Hawaiian rites. a spokesman said Tuesday. He said that Goodfellbw .Air Force Base, San Angelo.'Tex., will become a basic training base for pilots of multi-engine aircraft. . It is n ow the only Air Force base giving primary training. After next- summer,, primary training will be entirely, in the hands of civilian contract schools. The Air Force now contracts with nine such schools. summer, club en tertainers, says she believes R Ma lie also can swing into a her nightclub 1 job makes her a bet- saucy nu j a _ w ithout loss of dignity ter schoolmarm. . or composure. She occasionally And her liourth grade pupils at breaks the usual classroom routine Maemae school think so. too. "I tell my classes the experiences of people T meet 'at the other to teach the youngsters the .dance. Her day starts at 6 a.m. After school, there's cfinner and house-. ing woman of 47, of Hawaiian and Portuguese ancestry. ; "One of the kids told 1 me, 'you are the best teacher I ever had—At Goodfellow, cadets will be you teach us to dance and tell'us given basic training including 40 wonderful stones." •• • ' ' ' ' " "Teaching is drudgery to hear some teachers talk," said Rosalie. "But I get a lot of fun out of It. Entertainment breaks the monot- is being made because it's need ony ancT puts a wonderful slant on for basic training facilities is life, especially if you can combine it with teaching.'' job," said Rosalie, a jolly, charm- work, but she gets plenty of help from her husband and children. Rosalie explains, "We have hours in twin-engined T-28 trainers and 80 hours in twin-engined B-25 light .bombers. The Air Force said the change greater than . for primary. The skin of only one bird, the 1 ostrich, has been successfully tanned. . . • Effective Help /^Child's Cough For coughs and acute bronchitis due to eolds you can now get Creomulsion specially prepared forCbildren in a new pink and blue package and be sure: (1) Your child will like it (2) It contains only »fe, pcovett fcgredienlt. . (3) It contains no narcotics to disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid nature to soothe *na beat raw, tender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving (be cough and promoting rest and *leep. Ask for Creomulsion for ChH- dren in the pink *nd blue package. CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN She and her. husband, Bill, a street lighting engineer for the; city and county of .Honolulu, have four children, ranging in ages from 12 to 17. .. Few even in Hawaii know her as ': a teacher. , But, thousands throughout the world know her as the top singer of Hawaii's wedding song, "Ke KaJi Nel Au,"", Those Who have heard 1 her perform at a night club in Kaikiki aren't likely to forget her. It's one of the reasons comedian Bob Hope tells his audiences that a trip to Hawaii isn't complete unless you've : heard Rosalie sing. ••.-.-•> Recently her performance in- Wonderful Help IK Itching Misery C«MM| by Skin Drynm When k»« at rooMtwe—to tooMOoo lo; aging skin—-caw** niibbora. fecha«{ tormcnc lanUi* rick Remnoi Ointment ' rciievw amazingly. Special medication* wotbe fiery itch— moomi e* and »ftea« dry mm -rHigf folio**. 201 ANNIVERSARY SALE K, R GLASS CO. E. TEXAS • PHONE 5026 PRICES REDUCED ON GOLD LEAF FRAMED MIRRORS ELECTRO COPPER PLATED MIRRORS MADE TO ORDER SHATTER PROOF DOOR MIRRORS GLASS DESK TOPS ALL TYPES OF FURNITURE TOPS We, extend these reductions to you m appreciation of your past patronage, reductions that you cannot afford to miss, DON'T WAIT! ACT NOW. Call or drop in for a price on that mantel mirror or furniture top. You'll be surprised at the savings you can make. These LOW LOW PRICES will be for ONE WEEK ONLY ... Monday Jan. 18th through Saturday Jan. 23rd. WE WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY, JAN. 23rd FOR ORDERS ONLY. Locally Owned Locally Operated 7 Years Serving The Baytown Area community affair at our house. Everybody helps out." '. After, dinner, she naps for a couple of hours, unless she has to attend a P.T.A. meeting, or sing at a. wedding, cocktail party, or fashion show, before going to the club. She'seldbm gets to bed before 1 a.m. . . Rosalie says she has tried more than once to quit her singing career. . ' . "I've stopped for as long as six or eight months," she said, "but then I hear someone singing, and I know I can't get away from it. Music gets in-your system, and you just don't pump it out once it gets there. It's wonderful when people come back here after five or six. years" and tell you'they remember you and 1 , are glad to hear you sing again." Mexican Diet Of Red Beans Gives Nutrition Lesson SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Jan. 20 (W —There's a nutrition- lesson for every housewife in the common red bean, a part of the Mexican Indian diet for centuries. The lesson is related by Dr. Edmund S. Nasset, a specialist in food metabolism and professor of Rochester School of Medicine. Dr. Nasset talked recently to the staff of the U.S. Air Force School of Aviation Medicine, at Randolph AFB. The Mexican Indians of the Southwest ate corn and thrived, he said. But natives of the southern United States ate corn and 1 succumbed to pellagra. The Mexican secret, Dr. Nasset said, was red beans, which the Indians ate with their corn. Shortly after World Wtir II. Dr. Nasset began a study of the role in digestion of amino acicTs, the organic compounds of which proteins are composed. He found that there are nine which the body must have for health. Some food contains most or all of the amino acids, but others lack certain of these dietary essentials. Corn, Dr. Nasset says. Is a nutritious grain, but one of its proteins is lacking in the precious acid's. To make the best use of a diet based on corn, the body must have other protein foods for balance. The Indians of Mexico always tiave eaten red beans with corn. The beans are rich in the amino acids. P^esult: the Indians flourish*!. The poorer people of the South liked corn, too, Dr. Nasset said, and once subsisted almost entirely on "cornbread and sowbelly." 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